School of Kinesiology and Health Science

Fall/Winter 2015/2016 Enrolment
Kinesiology and Health Science major students have priority enrolment to all KINE and PKIN courses until July 14th, 2015. Starting July 15th, 2015 all KINE and PKIN courses will open to non Kinesiology and Health Science majors provided that: there is adequate space in the course and that the student meets the Honours Standing Progression Requirement. Click here for more details about the Honours Standing Progression Requirement.
IMPORTANT – Tennis PKIN Enrolment Notification – F15
Dear Kinesiology & Health Science Students,
We have just had confirmation of availability of courts for tennis (PKIN0435A,B) for the upcoming Fall 2015 term. We have removed the permissions for enrolling in those PKINS (2 sections) for the upcoming term. If you are interested in enrolling in these PKINS please do so through the online enrollment system. I predict these sections will fill up quickly so if the sections show up as full you will be unable to enroll.

Dr. Connor
Undergraduate Program Director

IMPORTANT – PKIN Enrolment Notification – F15
Dear Kinesiology and Health Science Students,I am pleased to announce that we are opening up enrollment into all sections of PKIN 0600 (Track & Field) and PKIN 0465 (Strength Training) for the Fall 2105 term. We will not have access to the facilities til Wednesday September 16, so these PKINS will start on this date and not on the first day of the fall term.

Although we are confident things will go smoothly and things will begin on September 16 without incidence, there is no guarantee that something unexpected will not occur. So please keep this in mind when adding these PKINS for the fall.

We appreciate all of your patience with the delay in the opening of enrollment into these PKINS. Enjoy the rest of your summer.

Dr. Connor
Undergraduate Program Director

Kinesiology and Health Science is the study of human movement and the relationship between physical activity and health. This exciting and innovative program at York University provides students the opportunity to pursue many sub-fields including physiology, anatomy, health, sport administration, health psychology, and athletic therapy in preparation for a career in health and rehabilitation, fitness, recreation, sports industries, research, or teaching.

Our Vision:
Canada’s leading academic centre for knowledge creation, integration, and dissemination about physical activity and its importance for human health, health science and society.

In achieving this vision we will be known for: Innovative research, inspiring students through excellence in teaching, and leadership on the health implications of physical activity and inactivity.

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